We are just hours away from the premiere of "Paranormal Activity 4," the latest entry into the annual found footage scream-a-thon. To prep for the scary event, take a look at the latest offering from the film, a clip hosted over at iTunes.
In the clip, Alex, the film's young protagonist/filmer-of-everything, has an unfortunate run-in with a demon while investigating a noise she heard her in garage. The scare leads to a thrilling sequence and one of the movie's best moments.
Check out the clip after the jump!
It's time to learn about overcoming yin with yang.
In a new exclusive clip from the upcoming Chinese movie "Tai Chi Zero," we see some very well equipped villagers beating up an array of soldiers with the help of vegetables. It's clear from the get-go that this isn’t our average martial arts movie, but the flick looks ridiculous and fantastic nonetheless.
This isn't quite at the "Shaolin Soccer" level of comedy, but "Tai Chi Zero" is much closer in tone to that movie than it is to something like "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." The martial arts shown in this clip are pretty impressive, even if they're used in a somewhat joking manner. We're probably going to be thinking about this clip the next time we walk down the vegetable aisle in our neighborhood grocery story.
The newest clip from "Paranormal Activity 4" arrived today to yet again remind us that you should never, ever trust that creepy neighbor kid from across the street. He'll probably sneak out of bed in the middle of the night and make you levitate.
"Paranormal Activity 4" is the newest film in the series of ultra-low-budget, ultra-successful found footage scream fests. For the fourth go-around, the action moves back to the present and focuses on a new family of lead characters.
When the across-the-street neighbor suffers an accident, her young boy is sent to live with the main characters.
Check out the new clip from "Paranormal Activity 4" (via Yahoo! Movies) after the jump!
If you have been on the internet at all in the past few days, you may have come across some reactions from early screenings of "Skyfall," the 23rd James Bond movie due out next month, and if you read any other those opinions, you probably heard that it's Bond at his best and a return to form for Daniel Craig as the lead.
MTV Movies Blog can confirm that all of that is true and then some. "Skyfall" fits nicely alongside "Casino Royale" as exemplars of not only how good a Bond movie can be in the 21st century but how a series this old can still have life in it. It's thrilling and fresh, but respects the franchise's history as much as its die hard fans do.
We'll have a more complete review of "Sykfall" closer to its release date on November 9, so for now we suggest you take a look at this quasi-spoilery clip from the movie's opening sequence. The segment won't spoil anything for you if you've been paying attention to the trailers, but if you're looking to go in fresh, stay away.
It's not easy getting any movie made these days, but making an ambitious R-rated sci-fi movie that isn't based on a previous property, like "Looper" for example, is damn near impossible.
When director Rian Johnson finished the screenplay for "Looper," he created a proof of concept trailer that would help explain the look and feel of the movie and prove that it could be marketable to the producers who could someday fund the movie.
That trailer made its way online last week and should be interesting to anyone who saw and enjoyed "Looper."
You can check out the trailer and read Johnson's explanation of it after the jump!
Why is it that after 22 movies, the line "Bond, James Bond" is still able to get us way too excited?
In the new clip from "Skyfall," Daniel Craig gets to whip out the signature line once again and in classic Bond style (i.e. while wearing a tuxedo in a casino).
The scene also features Berenice Marlohe, one of the two women Bond will have his eye on when "Skyfall" premieres on November 9.
Watch the full clip (via Moviefone) after the jump!
Steven Spielberg and Daniel Day-Lewis are taking "Lincoln" to the streets.
The pair recently held a 42-minute-long question and answer session in New York Wednesday that streamed on Yahoo! and in select theaters around the country. "They talked about everything and anything related to the upcoming movie, including Day-Lewis's initial hesitation to take on the project.
"It seemed like such a preposterous idea to me, outlandish idea, to take on that work, so I fled," Day-Lewis recounted. "Reading Tony [Kushner]'s script, I could see objectively that it was something to be done by somebody else probably. I didn't honestly feel like I was capable of doing that work."
"The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" might not be hitting theaters until August 23, 2013, but we've got something to whet your appetite right now.
MTV News had the chance to visit the set of the upcoming Cassandra Clare adaptation in Toronto recently and can now exclusively bring you the first look at the new project. In the above video, you can get catch our interviews with stars Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Kevin Zegers, Jemima West and Robert Sheehan which will give you a good idea of what to expect of their characters in the movie. Even more importantly, the set visit offers you the first sneak peek at Magnus Bane's party. It's worth checking out.
It's finally time for Rex to get his party on.
The lovable "Toy Story" dinosaur has been a staple of the Pixar franchise and many of its spinoff short films, but never in a role like this. A new short, titled "Partysaurus Rex," has been released online by Disney after it premiered in front of the 3D re-release of "Finding Nemo" in September and then again on the Disney Channel Monday.
Rex gets the party started in the six-minute video after he is taken by Bonnie on an exciting trip to the bath tub. After Bonnie's bath ends, Rex discovers that he is the only toy with arms that can turn the tub back on and keep the party alive, earning the nickname "Partysaurus Rex."
The first clip from Disney's ode to video games, "Wreck-It Ralph," debuted online today, and features one of the first interactions between John C. Reilly's Ralph and the cutesy racing character, Vanellope von Schweetz, voice by Sarah Silverman.
In the clip (via Yahoo! Movies), Ralph is trying to retrieve a medal from the top of a candy cane tree in Vanellope's world. As he tries to climb the tree, his new friend manages to annoy the crap out of him by mimicking his every word.
Check out the full clip from "Wreck-It Ralph" after the jump!